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A more effective Beckett alleviates No. 1 problem

By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / May 17, 2009

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SEATTLE - The Red Sox entered last night's game with a three-game losing streak and a starting rotation that had produced more angst lately than victories. Josh Beckett should have been the perfect starter for the occasion, the stopper's turn coming up at the ideal time. But Beckett, Boston's Opening Day starter, had pitched like anything but for most of ... (Full article: 687 words)

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